Thursday, October 26, 2017

Today in causality

Conspiracy theories are always bigger on the inside at the Fair 'n' Balanced Network:

Almost immediately after the Warren Commission in 1964 ruled that Oswald had been the lone gunman, conspiracy theories began to circulate over whether or not he had been the only shooter and if the CIA had been involved in the Kennedy assassination.

But before authorities were able to fully question Oswald, the former U.S. Marine was shot and killed on Nov. 24, 1963, by Texas nightclub owner Jack Ruby – adding more fuel to the speculative fire that the U.S. government was hiding what it knew about the assassination.

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Anonymous Picky said...

Horrifyingly, though, and despite the lack of logic, that statement is actually (well, probably) true.

1:25 PM, October 26, 2017  

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